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Find out 7 nutritional lies of the 21 century

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Transforming Health with Brad King

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SHOW DESCRIPTION:

This week Dr. Cory Holly will expose the conspiracy that exists against our health through the foods we eat. You will discover why so many of us today are sick, struggling with obesity, auto immune disease, unexplained illnesses, infection and pre-mature death. If you want to find out why so many popular “healthy” foods: •Cause more damage and do the opposite of what they are advertised to do •Increase your risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis •Suppress thyroid function •Cause respiratory infections in infants •Cause an increase in allergies •Cause many gastro-intestinal ailments And so much more, then tune in Wednesday at noon Pacific/3pm Eastern!

 

 

 

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Dr. Cory Holly is the Founder & President of the Cory Holly Institute. As Canada's Ambassador of Sports Nutrition, Health & Fitness, and recipient of the 2003 CHFA Sports Nutrition Hall of Fame Award, Cory's objective is to strengthen sports nutrition awareness worldwide and bridge the enormous gap that exists between nutrition and fitness. As a health professional, teacher and mentor, Dr. Holly is committed to helping people integrate optimum nutrition, functional exercise and natural health products into their daily lives by providing them with the educational resources they need to accomplish this. To this end he created the Certified Sports Nutrition Advisor (CSNA) online education program. Dr. Holly has performed 1500+ public lectures and has personally visited over 5000 gyms/health food stores on six continents. His personal research interests include the influence of nutrition on genetic expression, fatty acid biochemistry, psychoneuroimmunology, exercise physiology and human motivation.

 

 

 

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